ISO 9000 is a set of standards for quality management systems (QMS). ISO 9000 formulated by TC 176 ISO, the international organization in the field of standardization. ISO 9000 was first issued in 1987 by the International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee (ISO / TC) 176.  ISO / TC is responsible for the standards of the quality management system.  ISO / TC 176 establishes a review cycle every five years, to ensure that ISO 9000 standards will be up to date and relevant to the organization.  Revisions to ISO 9000 standards have been made in 1994 and 2000. 
- the existence of a set of procedures covering all important processes in the business;
- supervision in the manufacturing process to ensure that the system produces quality products;
- keeping important data and archives well;
- inspection of goods that have been produced to locate the damaged units, with correct corrective action if necessary;
- regularly review the effectiveness of each process and the quality system itself.
ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management
Valid : 29 November 2017 to 14 December 2018